Mukesh Ambani buys Hamleys: is isha Ambani Pregnant?


Hamleys: Mukesh Ambani is a pioneering, practical businessman and most importantly India’s richest man. He is ranked 13 on the Forbes List among the billionaires of 2019. The ultimate business tycoon and the largest shareholder of a company named Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), which holds a magnificent market value.

Hamleys gets a new owner:

The news of this purchase was recorded by  BBC news.

Hamleys MUkesh Ambani

Hamleys opened his first store at Regent Street, London with seven floors. As the time progressed, the stores opened worldwide. Toy store reported in a loss with the firm blaming factors, such as Blexit and the threat of terrorism, which proved a major contributing factor in the downfall.

Hamleys, was founded in 1760, is the world’s oldest retailer chain. The 259- year old retail chain still proves to be a major attraction of the city. The deal was finalized in ₹620 crores.

The CEO of Reliance, Mr. Darshan Mehta remarked:

Under he Hamleys brand in India, we have built a very significant and profitable business in toy retailing, over the years. Even decades before the concept of creating unique experiences in brick and mortar retailing became the new global norm, This 250 year old English retailer pioneered the concept of experiential retailing.

Mr. Darshan Mehta also marks this success by describing it as aLong cherished dream come true.”

The success of this deal marked by the economic decline of the toy store which prove to be the root cause. It said that the retail environment in 2017, was difficult as the owners and consumers were unable to meet the high cost with rents and rates. As the news of terror attack caused a havoc in the city. Hamleys faced a decline in its sales which marked the decrease in the number of customers.


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Srishti Mathur

City- Ghaziabad

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